"You think about how happy you are for the guys to get this one," Kruger said. "It's been a year in which it's been a grind, and they've hung in there and they've continued to work at it, and they've continued to get better. That's not easy to do when you are not getting positive results."
"Baylor got off to a great start, and then after that I thought we battled a little bit better," Oklahoma coach Lon Kruger said. "Second half, came out and fought much better, Baylor's good, Baylor's really good."